Shiva Khola is a place worth visiting for those who loves to be closest to ‘mother nature’. It is placed at an elevation of 1527 ft above Sea level.

Shiva Khola, Kurseong

Rohini Picnic Spot, as it is very popular nowadays used to be a very isolated place with a very least development, even though it was not so far from a city of Siliguri and Kurseong

Rohini Kurseong

Rock garden, as the name depicts lies in the huge bed of rocks also know as Giddha Pahar (gets its name from famous Mata mandir 

Rock Garden, Kurseong

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Museum Kurseong: which is 32kms from the Queen of Hills, Darjeeling is often taken for granted by the people across the globe.

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Museum Kurseong 

Margaret’s Deck is the exotic Tea Lounge based just a few minutes drive away from the little town of Kurseong. 

Margaret’s Deck

Goethals Memorial School is situated at the elevation of 1674 meters (5500 feet) in the middle of the beautiful forest between the road between Kurseong and Darjeeling. 

Goethals Memorial School, Kurseong

Eagle’s Crag situated just a kilometre distance from Kurseong is that not many people know of it and hence there are few tourists around.

Eagle’s Crag, Kurseong

Dowhill in Kurseong evokes mystery in every way. From its eerie tales to its unsurpassable natural splendor, its silent yet enchanting woods and Gothic relics, there certainly is no other place like Dowhill Kurseong.

Dowhill and Victoria School Kurseong

Deer Park or Dowhill Eco Park is one of the many tourist locations in the hill station town. The hill town is amongst the green myriad tea garden

Deer Park, Kurseong

Chimney in Kurseong extends a remarkable getaway amid the Darjeeling Hills. Located far from the rush and crowds, it is a place less explored.

Chimney Kurseong 

Beltar Kurseong: Darjeeling hills is such a fascinating place, where there are many renowned places, some are just hidden away among the forest, valleys and foothills of the himalaya.

Beltar – Kurseong

Pagla Jhora Waterfalls is one of the flourishing tourist attractions in North Bengal. It’s named so for the area encounters continuous landslides, especially during heavy rainfall. 

Pagla Jhora Waterfall